Cayetano defends PRRD's War on Oligarchs : Ilang henerasyon na silang nakinabang, ‘di naman namin inaagaw negosyo nila!

Cayetano defends PRRD's War on Oligarchs : Ilang henerasyon na silang nakinabang, ‘di naman namin inaagaw negosyo nila!

The statement of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte dismantling of oligarchies in the country has created a lot of buzz to the point everyone has his own stake of what it means.
Opposition senators lambasted the President for what they call a mis aligned priorities, because they attribute the permanent closure of the Lopez controlled ABS-CBN Corporation to the loss of 11,000 employees directly being employed in the network, at the tie of this health epidemic.

Albay representative Edcel Lagman even said that “economic oligarchy” is ok because “military oligarchy” or appointing of retired high ranking military or police officials in key positions in government is much more dangerous than the former.
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano and President

House Speaker Cayetano in his defense to the detractors of President Duterte said the declaration of war against oligarchies in the country is also hard for the Chief Executive because some of those people he has to target are his friends.
“There are good people and there are bad people in the oligarchy and in the oligarchic system there are good and bad people…I was in the room with him many, many times, it breaks the President’s heart,” said Cayetano.
Cayetano said that the President is only carrying out his campaign promise to destroy those oligarchies that is stunting the growth of the country, even if such oligarchies are his friends/allies.

“Anyway, ilang henerasyon na rin namang nakinabang yung mga pamilyang ito. Hindi naman natin inaagaw sa kanila negosyo,” said Cayetano. “Sila (oligarchs) mismo, meron bang ama o ina na hindi sinasabi sa anak, anak, may mga kinailangan akong gawin sa henerasyon ko kasi ito ang sistema. Pero ngayon na magbabago na yung sistema, gawin nyo ‘yung tama,” he added.

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